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Prayers at Saturday's Anzac Day service at London’s Wellington Arch

Gallipoli centenary: At dawn, the young remember the young who perished in one of the First World War's bloodiest battles

A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli's beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice

Prince Charles, Prince Harry and Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott, left, attended a commemorative ceremony marking the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign in Eceabat, Turkey

Gallipoli centenary: The world unites in homage to the fallen Anzacs

Leaders and dignitaries attend ceremonies marking the 100th anniversary of the opening of a campaign that helped shape three nations

Attendees lay wreaths and flowers for soldiers who died in the World War II during the Anzac Day memorial service at Hellfire Pass in Kanchanaburi province

On Anzac Day, the most feel-good Australian and New Zealand stories of the year

Anzac Day is annual celebration to remember and mark the achievements of Australia's armed services

Anti-vaccination group defends advert comparing immunising children to rape

An anti-vaccination group in Australia has defended an advert which appears to compare immunising children with being raped.

Al-Taqwa-College in Australia

Principal at Islamic school denies ex-teacher's claim girls are banned from running because it could 'cause them to lose their virginity'

Pupils at the Al-Taqwa College in Victoria also wrote to the principal after a cross-country event was cancelled

Groupon Australia recalls fake condoms that may contain holes

The dodgy condoms are likely to have been used

Belle Gibson claimed to have embarked on ‘a quest to heal herself naturally’

Belle Gibson: The health food blogger admits she lied about having terminal brain cancer

The lifestyle writer built an empire around her claim that she cured cancer with healthy food

Bardwell Park station is train track is deluged by the flood water

New South Wales storms: Sydney train tracks turned into river captured in timelapse

Extreme weather has been battering the east coast of Australia and is expected to last another day

Prime Minister John Key celebrates his election to a third term in Parliament

'Bully' New Zealand Prime Minister John Key apologises for repeatedly pulling waitress' ponytail

‘He was a like the school yard bully tugging on the little girl’s hair, trying to get a reaction, experiencing that feeling of power over her’

Three dead as severe storm with cyclone winds in New South Wales causes flash floods and power blackouts across region and Sydney

The storm has pounded the Australian region since Monday leaving people trapped in their cars and homes

A man believed to be Sevdet Besim in a picture posted on Instagram in October 2014

Anzac Day terror plot: Five teenagers arrested in Australia for 'planning Isis-inspired attack'

Sevdet Besim, 18, is one of the suspects who allegedly armed themselves with knives and swords to target police and remembrance ceremonies

Ukip used poppy 'for crass partisan ends' on election flyer

Andrew Charalambous said that 'embarrassed and deeply apologetic' regarding the advert

Muslim man reaches out to thank young Sydney woman who stuck up for him and his wife as they were being racially abused on a train

A woman apparently told the Muslim couple that they were trying to 'conquer Australia' and 'behead people'

The Manus Island Regional Processing Facility, used for the detention of asylum seekers that arrive by boat

Proposed Australian immigration powers would allow guards 'to beat asylum seekers to death' in detention centres'

A former Victoria Supreme Court Judge has urged the Senate to scrap their current plans

A relative of one of the Chinese passengers from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 holds a candle

MH370: Search area for Malaysia Airlines plane to double, authorities confirm

If the Boeing 777 is not found by the end of May, the search will begin in a new 60,000 sq km area

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